Famous Places in Tokyo: True View of the Yasukuni Shrine on Kudanzaka Hill in Tokyo, 1880

by Hiroshige III (1843 - 1894)

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Famous Places in Tokyo: True View of the Yasukuni Shrine on Kudanzaka Hill in Tokyo, 1880 by Hiroshige III (1843 - 1894)

Original Hiroshige III (1843 - 1894) Japanese Woodblock Print
Famous Places in Tokyo: True View of the Yasukuni Shrine on Kudanzaka Hill in Tokyo, 1880

Comments - Charming design of the Meiji Empress and her ladies-in-waiting visiting Yasukuni Shrine on Kudanzaka Hill, walking under a large wooden torii gate draped with sacred ropes called shimenawa. The women all wear patterned robes over white kimono tucked into red hakama pants, one shielding the Empress with Western style umbrella. Men dressed in top hats follow behind the beauties. In the background at right, uniformed soldiers stand guard next to an ornate monument enclosed by a fence. An attractive scene, nicely detailed.

Artist - Hiroshige III (1843 - 1894)

Image Size - 14" x 28 5/8" + margins as shown

Condition - This print with excellent color and detail as shown. Three separate panels. A few small tears at edges, repaired. A few creases. Please see photos for details.

Famous Places in Tokyo: True View of the Yasukuni Shrine on Kudanzaka Hill in Tokyo, 1880 by Hiroshige III (1843 - 1894)
Famous Places in Tokyo: True View of the Yasukuni Shrine on Kudanzaka Hill in Tokyo, 1880 by Hiroshige III (1843 - 1894)

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